A top New Jersey lawmaker wants to continue the fight against deceptive practices by airlines. U.S. Senator Robert Menendez announced he would be reintroducing his “Real Transparency in Airfares Act” to reinforce existing consumer protections and double the penalties for those companies that try to deceive their customers. Sen. Menendez’s Real Transparency in Airfares Act, originally introduced in 2014 in response to the Transparent Airfares Act, maintains the existing rule that all ticket sellers must disclose the full airfare cost upfront to their consumers. In addition, it doubles the penalty for violating this law—from a maximum of $27,500 a day to a maximum of $55,000 a day for airlines and larger ticket sellers. The current $2,500 per day fine for small travel agencies would remain unchanged.